Dark brown Canson paper pierced rhythmically.
Drawing without looking. I made each mark by dragging my hand a perceived distance and then pierced the paper with an awl. I did this point by point, row by row, column by column. The result of the work is less about a visual impression and more about a tactile experience. I folded the single-sheet inside out so that the piercings create a raised edge. One is repelled briefly by the surprise and then drawn to pass fingers across the surface.